Vitamin C and B6 supplementation lowers CRP levels (a biomarker of inflammation) in those with elevated baseline levels .
Glutathione repairs damage to cells caused by inflammation; regulates the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines.
Magnesium supplementation prevents activation of cytokines.
Zinc supplementation decreases cytokine levels.
Vitamin D modulates inflammation, turns off pro-inflammatory responses.
B2 detoxifies homocysteine, an indirect cause of inflammation in various tissues.
CoQ10 supplementation decreases several inflammatory markers (CRP and IL-6) and affects genes that control response to inflammatory stress.
Ketorolac as an NSAID blocks body’s production of certain natural substances that cause inflammation; provide short-term and effective relief for swelling, pain and fever.
How we can help
Provide relief in the setting of acute mild pain and inflammation
Repair damage caused by inflammation
Reduce pro-inflammatory chemicals (cytokines)
Correct nutrient deficiencies that contribute to inflammation
Elevated sodium and dehydration stimulate inflammatory signaling in endothelial cells and promote atherosclerosis
What Does It Mean When Dehydration Becomes Long-Term and Serious?
The effect of long-term dehydration and subsequent rehydration on markers of inflammation, oxidative stress and apoptosis
Effect of vitamin C on inflammation and metabolic markers in hypertensive and/or diabetic obese adults: a randomized controlled trial
Vitamin C treatment reduces elevated C-reactive protein
Glutathione, oxidative stress and neurodegeneration
Vitamin B-6 Intake Is Inversely Related to, and the Requirement Is Affected by, Inflammation Status
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9 Benefits of Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10)